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Commodity Supplemental Food Program


The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is a specialty food program that provides a monthly supplemental food box for senior citizens. This program is designed to help promote good nutritional health for an at risk populace. CSFP food boxes offer a wholesome balance of food supplements that focus on iron rich nutrients.  CSFP helps ensure that these needs are taken care of with healthy, protein rich foods.

Where CSFP is delivered

  • Yuma Community Food Bank
  • Somerton
  • San Luis
  • Wellton
  • Dateland
  • LM Kelly Apartments (Yuma)
  • Catalina Square Apartments (Yuma)
  • Casa Sierra Vista Apartments (Yuma)
  • La Paz County sites

Who is Eligible?

  • Senior citizens of age 60 and over*

*Participants may not be enrolled in WIC and receive CSFP at the same time.

To apply for CSFP, an appointment must be made with Maria Sanders, Program Specialist , (928)259-2219.


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